My friends and I decided to go see a movie. They agreed that they wanted to see the ""Amazing Spider-Man" and invited me along. Even though I probably would have rather seen "Brave", I decided to go, figuring that it was probably a decent movie and that seeing as how I am taking a screenwriting course this year and have never seen a superhero movie, it was probably a good idea.
I was completely blown away. I loved that film and am waiting for it to come out on DVD so I can run out and buy it.
In the meantime, I decided to get "Spider-Man" (2002) with Toby Maguire. I was disappointed. Yes it was a good film, but nothing in comparison with the new one. Let me give my reasons:
I like the way the new Peter Parker Character was written
I like Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker better. He was a smart ass, which draws me to the character just based on personal preference. I mean, how can you get by this:
Spider-Man: You know, if you're going to steel a car, it's better if you don't dress like a car thief